City Manager Organization: City of Lubbock, Texas
With a population of 250,000 and home to Texas Tech University, Lubbock has been growing at an average of 1.7 percent annually for many years making it the largest city in West Texas.
Development Services Director Organization: City of Boca Raton, FL
Boca Raton provides a high quality of life while providing one of the lowest property tax rates and water and sewer rates of any full service city in Florida. Boca Raton continues to revitalize its downtown and to support economic development and it’s industrial and commercial bases.
City Manager Organization: City of Menominee, MI
Nestled on 5½ square miles along the shores of Lake Michigan's Green Bay, Menominee, Michigan offers a unique, community atmosphere perfect for raising a family or a vacation visit.
Director of Community Development Organization: City of Perry, GA
Located in Middle Georgia, the City of Perry has excellent schools, unique downtown, high quality of life, reasonable cost-of-living and location in transforming from a small town to a vibrant and fast-growing community of nearly 15,000 people. As a hub of state and federal highways, home of the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter and the Georgia Artisans Center, and with events like the Dogwood Festival, the Perry Music Festival, and the annual Perry Buzzard Drop New Year’s Eve bash, Perry is “Where Georgia Comes Together”
Director of Management and Budget Organization: Broward County, FL
Broward County, seated in Fort Lauderdale, is located on the Atlantic coast in southeast Florida midway between Miami-Dade County and Palm Beach County. The County boasts 23 miles of beaches, an average January temperature of 70 degrees, award-winning parks and library systems, a wide array of professional sport teams and sporting venues, excellent colleges and universities, outstanding cultural amenities and unsurpassed shopping and dining establishments.
City Manager Organization: Mount Dora, FL
Mount Dora is located in central Florida approximately 25 miles northwest of Orlando. This City of 13,000 population and 11 square miles exhibits the flavor of a classic small town with a hilly terrain for Florida, several lakes, a canopy of oak trees, historic buildings, a vibrant downtown and quaint neighborhoods.
Deputy Director of North Miami Beach Water (DDNMBW) Organization: City of North Miami Beach, FL
The City of North Miami Beach is a first-tier suburb covering 5+ square miles. The City has a resident population of 43,277 and is located in northeastern Miami-Dade County midway between Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
Finance Director Organization: Storm Lake, Iowa
Storm Lake, a northwest Iowa county-seat city of 12,000 residents has a strong diversified economy that includes tourism, two colleges, a regional manufacturing and retail center, and agricultural processing.
Human Resources Director Organization: City of Springfield, Oregon
Springfield (60,000 population) is located adjacent to I-5, 100 miles south of Portland. Springfield and its sister-city Eugene combine to create Oregon’s third largest metropolitan area with a population of 351,000. Residents of Springfield enjoy its high quality of life and reasonable cost of living.
City Attorney Organization: Thornton, Colorado
Thornton, Colorado, is a diverse community with a strong commitment to quality of life and environmental issues. Thornton is strategically located within the Denver metropolitan area and consistently ranked as one of the most desirable areas to live in the United States.
City Manager Organization: City of Statesboro, GA
The City of Statesboro is a progressive community that provides an exceptional quality of life to its residents and offers southern charm and hospitality to its visitors. It is the regional trade center for commerce, education and health care. The City has a highly diversified economy with a growing full-time resident population approaching 30,000; a growing university and several major industries located in the area and it is a regional shopping center and health care provider for eight surrounding Georgia counties.
City Manager Organization: City of Corinth, Texas
The City of Corinth is located on eight square miles north of Lake Lewisville and south of Denton in the dynamic North Texas corridor of I-35. Some characterize Corinth as a “City in the Country” with its hometown atmosphere and proximity to beautiful stables, lakes, and ranches in the surrounding area. Corinth is one of the fastest growing cities in Texas. Corinth offers an outstanding quality of life, with great educational and recreational amenities.
Director of Planning and Sustainability Organization: City of Franklin, Tennessee
Franklin covers 41 square miles and is located 15 miles south of Nashville. It is the county seat of Williamson County and plays a prominent role in the thriving economy of the Nashville region. The City offers a unique blend of history and progress providing the best of small-town charm and big-city sophistication. It has a well-deserved national reputation for its safe, clean and attractive residential neighborhoods, an award-winning downtown, and a vibrant corporate headquarters area.
Police Chief Organization: City of Fort Myers, Florida
The City of Fort Myers, Florida, is the county seat of Lee County. The City is located on the Caloosahatchee River in Southwest Florida, midway between Tampa and Miami. It covers 50 square miles and has a rapidly growing and highly diverse population of more than 72,400.
City Administrator Organization: City of Cassville, Missouri
Cassville is located in southwest Missouri’s scenic Ozark Mountains, in the heart of a recreation paradise featuring some of Missouri’s best camping and fishing. Residents enjoy beautiful scenery, pure air, clean water, excellent schools, stores and services. Roaring River State Park is 7 miles from town and Table Rock Lake, a famous, pristine water playground, is only 14 miles away.
Director of Human Resources Organization: City of Des Plaines, Illinois
The City of Des Plaines, 58,710 pop., covering 15.85 sq. miles, seeks candidates for the position of Director of Community and Economic Development. Des Plaines is a vibrant community of residential, commercial, and industrial uses, located 17 miles from the Chicago Loop and five minutes from O’Hare International Airport.
Executive Director Organization: Seize The Future Development Foundation
Seize the Future Development Foundation (STFDF) is a 501(c)3 economic development corporation responsible to maintain economic vitality and quality of life in Aurora.